Trinity Cathedral Miami

Trinity Cathedral is an historic, urban Episcopal faith community of inclusion, challenge, healing and compassion, welcoming and engaging all in the life and ministry of Jesus Christ.

In Our baptismal covenant, Episcopalians promise to seek and serve Christ in all persons, strive for justice and peace among all people, and respect the dignity of every human being. So here you will find priests who are men and women, people in same sex marriages, and those from every walk of life and every socio-economic background. We embrace and celebrate the richness and diversity of all of God's children, and wherever you are on your spiritual journey we hope you will feel at home here.( We are conveniently located at the corner of NE15 St, The Venetian Causeway an N. Bayshore Dr. in dowtown Miami. Limited parking lot spaces; discounted parking with voucher available across the street in the public OMNI parking garage.

Mission: Please visit our Spanish page at: www.facebook/iglesiacatedraltrinidad

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[12/24/20]   Dear Members and Friends of Trinity Cathedral:

On behalf of the Cathedral Chapter and Father Mario Milian, we are sending our wishes to you and to your family and friends for a blessed and joyful Christmas. Although 2020 has been a year that has been unlike any that we have faced in our lifetimes, we have kept our faith and our love of and caring for our Cathedral.

“O come all ye faithful, joyful and triumphant, O come ye,
O come ye to Bethlehem; come, and behold Him born the king of angels;
O come, let us adore Him…”!

Please join us by participating in one of the virtual services to be broadcast from our Cathedral on Christmas Eve:

Spanish Service @ 5:00 P.M. with Father Milian

English Service @ 7:00 P.M. with the Bishop

Trinity Cathedral - Miami

Help support historic Trinity Cathedral's mission and ministry by participating in this unique 24-hour online-only giving event on

Thursday, November 19th
(12 pm EST 11/19/2020 - 12 pm EST 11/20/2020)

Only donations made through the link below will be counted for this event. Like the cathedrals of old, Trinity is a place for contemplation, worship and ministry to the community. Today, Trinity Cathedral is a house of prayer for all people and its many programs and activities reach out to the community in numerous ways. The Cathedral congregation is ethnically and cultura...

Holy Eucharist - 51st Southeast Florida Diocesan Convention

Holy Eucharist of the 51st Diocesan Convention of Southeast Florida. Please click the link below to watch.

Opening the 51st Convention of the Episcopal Diocese of Southeast Florida, the Twentieth Sunday after Pentecost is celebrated live at St. Stephen's Episcopal...

All are invited to, and encouraged to attend, the Diocesan Convention Eucharist this Sunday October 18th at 10 A.M. Bishop Eaton will preside, and Presiding Bishop Curry will preach. Please note that there will be no services transmitted from Trinity this Sunday. This is an opportunity for diocesan-wide participation in common worship as we near the end of our Diocese's 50th Anniversary. The service will be broadcast on the YouTube channel of St. Stephen's Church here. We look forward to your attendance

We welcome The Reverend Mario E. Milián to Trinity Cathedral. As Priest-in-Residence, Fr. Mario will be presiding at our 9 and 11 A.M. Sunday services beginning next Sunday, October 25th.

Father Milián was born in Cuba and began his seminary studies in Matanzas, Cuba. He pursued further theological study in San Pedro Sula, Honduras. After coming to the United States, he graduated from Arizona State University with a Bachelor of Interdisciplinary Studies degree with concentrations in Religious Studies, Small Business, and Electrical-Electronics Engineering Technology. He holds a Master of Divinity degree from CDSP (Church Divinity School of the Pacific in Berkeley, California). Fr. Milián was ordained to the diaconate in 2000 and to the priesthood in 2001, both ordinations at Trinity Cathedral in Arizona. He served as Associate Rector of St. Matthew’s Episcopal Church in Chandler, Arizona; as Rector of All Saints’ Episcopal Parish in Oxnard, California; and until 2018, as Rector of St. Thomas Episcopal Church and School in Coral Gables, FL. Fr. Milián recently completed a Master’s Degree in Ignatian Spirituality at the Pontifical Jesuit University of Comillas in Madrid, Spain. He is a Captain in the United States Air Force Chaplain Corps and has served as a reserve Chaplain since 2013. Fr. Milián and his wife Julie have been married for 24 years and have two children, Mario E. IV (8) and Isabella Marie (7).

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464 NE 16th St
Miami, FL

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Trinity Cathedral is an historic, urban Episcopal faith community of inclusion, challenge, healing and compassion, welcoming and engaging all in the life and ministry of Jesus Christ A Welcome from the Dean... Trinity Cathedral is a diverse community in the heart of Miami with room for all of God's children. We are an energetic and dynamic group of people — in search of God's will in our lives. We are a community seeking to follow Christ in all we do. Although in many ways Trinity is a long-established and traditional church, one does not need to have been here for a long time to make a difference. Whatever your religious background and however you have come to discover our website, we welcome you. We hope that you visit us soon during one of the services listed below and that you find what you are looking for on this site. Please feel free to contact us with any questions or to learn more about becoming involved in the life of Trinity Cathedral. --Doug McCaleb, Dean of Trinity Cathedral, Miami

Opening Hours

Monday 10:00 - 17:00
Tuesday 10:00 - 17:00
Wednesday 10:00 - 17:00
Thursday 10:00 - 17:00
Friday 10:00 - 17:00
Sunday 17:45 - 19:00
Sunday 07:45 - 13:30
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